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African Journal on Conflict Resolution

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The objectives of the journal are to promote a culture of peace and stability by facilitating the exchanging of ideas and expertise within the conflict resolution community on the continent of Africa, to contribute to developing home-grown (African) methods of preventing, managing and resolving conflict on the continent and the provide a forum for information sharing, networking and learning in the field of conflict resolution. Articles of an academic nature on the theory and practice of dealing with conflict, especially in the context of Africa, are published. Envisaged readers are academic researchers, teachers and students and practitioners in the field of dealing with conflict.

The African Journal on Conflict Resolution (AJCR) publishes the writings of a wide range of African and international authors in the field, but emphasis has deliberately been kept on African writers and the thinking emerging from African universities, colleges and organisations.

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Vol 17, No 2 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jannie Malan 5-7
The ethnification of electoral conflicts in Kenya: Options for positive peace EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Muema Wambua 9-40
Ethnic federalism and conflict in Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bekalu Atnafu Taye 41-66
Blurring ‘the Other’: Transforming relations in the management of the 1992 ethno-religious conflicts in Zangon Kataf, Kaduna State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Philip Adémọ́lá Ọláyọkù 67-92
Experimenting with a reconciliation pedagogy in South African primary school history classrooms: Constraints and possibilities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Reville Nussey 93-116
The quest for happiness as an underlying motive for violent conflict in Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mark Chingono 117-142
Japan’s international peace operations in South Sudan: Peacekeeping and civilian protection dilemmas EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Daisuke Akimoto 143-167
Book Review: A poisonous thorn in our hearts: Sudan and South Sudan’s bitter and incomplete divorce EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nicodemus Minde 169-172


ISSN: 1562-6997
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